I hope you enjoyed a wonderful Father’s Day. We golfed with friends, enjoyed a lunch on the lake and chatted with the kids.
This week flew by! And with it, the Rhododendron petals are slowly falling off the bushes along with the Peony petals dropping to the ground. We’ve been here at the Lake House for about a month now. These are all reminders to me of how quickly the summer season can fly by.
Our gardens, our yard work, and housework tend to become a priority. I enjoy it all and love the simple tasks. But I don’t want summer to fly by without doing more of the other things I love. I have not been out on my Kayak yet! Can you believe it? So I am listing what I want to do this summer. I’m keeping it short as I don’t want to overwhelm myself, but I don’t want summer to slip away and not do what I love! I will try to follow these thoughts…
“Sometimes our Stop-Doing List needs to be bigger than our To-Do List.” ~Patti Digh
I did enjoy styling my Potting Bench this week. When I get to play, I am a happy girl. Along with styling the bench I power washed the house siding on the back patio. It makes everything look so fresh!
Baking helps me slow down and turn off the outside world.
Every time I make this Banana Bread I get lots of compliments. I served this Banana Bread to guests this past weekend. I found this cookbook along with a few others by the same author and illustrator at an antique store. I love these cookbooks
Our lives can get over scheduled, busy and time-consuming. I plan to take in Summer and all it can give me! I hope you do the same!
As I always try to convey… we certainly appreciate all of you. Thank you for joining us for another Tuesday Tidbits.
We wish all of you a wonderful week ahead. Enjoy what this upcoming week brings to you. And whatever you have planned… make every day count and be thankful for your Blessings.
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